Andrew Ryan – who is a partner at Davis Blank Furniss – has shared his insight and knowledge on the hot topic of expulsions from a partnership. His exclusive Q&A is on Bdaily and you can read it in full here.
Monthly Archives: November 2014
Davis Blank Furniss is pleased to announce that it is teaming up with Business Introductions and will be sponsoring its January 2015 Networking Event. Business Introductions was founded by Marian Arnold – a serial networker in the Manchester area – who saw a niche in the market for a more personalised business introductions service. The... Read the rest of this entry →
A third of people don’t know what LPAs are and why they should have one, according to research. A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is a legal document that allows you to appoint a person – who is commonly referred to as the Attorney – to make decisions on your behalf should you ever lose... Read the rest of this entry →
Holly Rogalski from Davis Blank Furniss’ Glossop office asks: Why is it so important to make a Will?
Recent studies have indicated that more than half of all adults living in the UK have not made a Will. For many people, making a Will remains on their “to do” list when it ought to be a top priority. Making a Will ensures that those you are closest to are provided for and that... Read the rest of this entry →
The Glossop office of Davis Blank Furniss will be holding its 2014 Will Week from Monday 17th to Friday 21st November at its Ellison Street office. During this year’s Will Week, the firm will be offering the local community a discount of £10.00 on its usual fees. The week long promotion covers the following types... Read the rest of this entry →
Many businesses enter into Terms and Conditions every day without really understanding what they are agreeing to or how important they are. In this article I look at what Terms and Conditions are and why they are important. I then set out some things to look out for when reading through a set of Terms... Read the rest of this entry →
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has, this week, handed down judgment in a ground-breaking decision confirming that businesses should factor in overtime when calculating holiday pay. The key part of the decision in Bear Scotland and others v Fulton and others stated that workers are entitled to be paid a sum of money to reflect normal... Read the rest of this entry →
Many businesses have a document which sets out their Terms and Conditions. In practice, however, many businesses fail to incorporate those Terms and Conditions into their contracts and so they are not afforded the intended benefits of those terms. This article considers when a contract is formed; how you may ensure that your Terms and... Read the rest of this entry →